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Godey's Lady's Book March 1864


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Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine, March, 1864, Volume LXVIII, (Volume 68), Philadelphia, Louis A. Godey, Sarah Josepha Hale, 106 pages
"Want Of Confidence," Engraving --- Housekeeper's Chatelaine, color illustration --- March 1864 Double Fashion-Plate, Color --- "Great Expectations," Illustrated --- SHEET MUSIC: "Golden Hair Polka," composed and arranged for the piano by Henry L. Raymond --- Description of Steel Fashion-Plate for March --- Chitchat Upon New York and Philadelphia Fashions for March --- FASHIONS ILLUSTRATED: The Fanshon Jacket, front and back views; The Darro; Dress For A Young Lady; New Spring Cloak, front and back views; La Frivolite; Children's Fashions --- COIFFURES: Spring Coiffure for a Young Lady; Fancy Evening Coiffure; The Clarissa Coiffure; The Morny Headdress --- FICTION: "Nobody to Blame" by Marion Harland, continued; "A Pair Of Mittens" by Mary W. Janvrin; "Persevere: Or, Life With An Aim" by Lulie; "She Hath Done What She Could" by S. Annie Frost (to be continued); "Haydn Vaughn's Daughter" by Daisy Howard; "Adventures Of A Bachelor," continued --- ARTICLES: Don't Fret; Domestic Happiness; Widows Part VIII; The Family Drawing Master; Servants by Augusta H. Worthen --- NOVELTIES FOR MARCH, ILLUSTRATED: Paletot for a little girl; The Ione Wrap; The Ione Paletot, suitable for a young lady, front and back views; The Clarissa Coiffure; The Morny Headdress; Morning collar with several styles of sleeves; Fancy Apron; Fancy Sack for an invalid; Little Red Riding Hood; Fancy Girdle and matching Epaulet --- WORK DEPARTMENT, ILLUSTRATED: The Art Of Making Feather Flowers; Initial Monogram; Brown Holland Shoe Bag; Penwiper, Initial Letter for Marking; Leaf Impressions; Band to Loop Up A Dress In Festoons; A Novelty In Broderie A La Minute; Initial Letters For Netting; Gentleman's Shirt Front In Embroidery; Alphabet Of Fancy Letters --- RECEIPTS & ETC: Directions For Frying; To Stew A Breast Of Veal; To Broil Pigeons; An Excellent Way Of Preparing Tongues To Eat Cold; Beef Olives; Mutton-Chops; To Dress A Leg Of Mutton With Oysters; Veal Rolls; Potato-Loaves; Potato Omelet; Carrots and Parsnips; Buttered Cabbage; Fish Sauces: Lobster Sauce, Brown Sauce For Fish, White Sauce for Fish, Fish Sauce Without Butter; Cream Cakes; Tea Cake; Batter Pudding; Fountain Puddings; Roxbury Pudding; German Squares; To Make Clotted Cream; Mountain Cake; Breakfast Cake No. 1; Blancmange; Apple Pudding; The Surprise Pudding; Miscellaneous household recipes, tips and hints, including: Celery Flavoring; The Glasses for a Magic Lantern; Balsam for Chapped Lips; Cheap Soap; Storing Cheeses; To Remove Oil Stains From Boards --- JUVENILE DEPARTMENT: Flowers From Fruit; Mother Goose Tableaux, Continued from February Number --- EDITOR'S TABLE: Opportunities and Duties, Letters on Home Missionary Work; Photography and Its Album; Cheap Literature In England; The Importance of Marriage Registry; A Learned French Woman; English Ladies in Literature; American Ladies in the Medical Profession; Hints for the Nursery; Music as Medicine --- LITERARY NOTICES: Poems by Henry Peterson; Held In Bondage, Or, Granville de Vigne, A Tale of the Day, by Ouida; The Lawyer's Secret by Miss M. E. Braddon; The Life and Services as a Soldier of Major General Grant; Webster and Hayne's Speeches; Hand-book of Calisthenics and Gymnastics by J. Madison Watson; Mother Goose From Germany; The New Historical Game; Mr. and Mrs. Jollyboy's Picnic; The Art of Making and Coloring Ivory-types, Photographs, Talbotypes, and Miniature Painting on Ivory, Etc; Very Hard Cash, A Novel, by Charles Reade; Science for the School and Family, Part II, Chemistry; John Marchmont's Legacy, A Novel, by M. E. Braddon; Five Years of Prayer, With the Answers by Samuel Prime; The Boyhood of Martin Luther by Henry Mayhew; Mr Wind and Madam Rain; Dickens' New Christmas Story, Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings; Three Times Dead, or The Secret of Heath by Miss M. E. Braddon; A History of the World by Philip Smith; Orlean Lamar and Other Poems by Sarah E. Knowles; Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family; Amy Carr, or, the Fortune-Teller; Lyrics of Loyalty; The Old Helmet; Claude the Colporteur; The Sale of Crummie and Other Stories; The Buried Bible and Other Stories; The Man of God or Spiritual Religion by Octavius Winslow; The British Reviews; Dreamthorp, Essays Written in the Country by Alexander Smith; Hints for the Nursery, or, The Young Mother's Guide; Little Anna, A Story for Pleasant Little Children by A. Stein; Sunset Stories; Something About Coins; The History of the Civil War in America --- GODEY'S ARM-CHAIR: Letters, Correspondence and Notices
Pages were scanned from a full year bound edition of the magazine. View the Table of contents for January to June, Volume LXVIII, here: http://www.archive.org/details/TableOfContentsGodeysVolLxviiiJanuaryToJune1864


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